Remember, unless you're a professional comedian or humorist, it's not enough to simply tell a story. Your audience needs to know right from the beginning. Where is this going? What's the point of this? You need to make sure your audience understands the point. Otherwise, even if there's some amusing anecdotes, it might leave them scratching their heads and why is he telling me this?
Why she's saying this. There are different standards for you being up on stage or in a boardroom giving a presentation, versus just telling an interesting story about what happened earlier today, at the dinner table with family or friends so the standards are higher when it comes to giving official formal or important business presentations and stories. On the other hand, standards are actually lower because people are not expecting you to have interesting stories. They're most likely expecting a boring Dave dubs. You can win just by delivering a story that has a clear point.